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    Hi everybody,

    Please suggest different ideas to remove noise in Photoshop CS.

    thanks in adv.

  • #2
    Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

    Go to filter, select noise then dust & scratches work from there.

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    • #3
      Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

      Hi

      what kind of noise U want to remove?

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      • #4
        Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

        Originally posted by saby View Post
        Hi

        what kind of noise U want to remove?
        Hi nanuv... Welcome to the forums.

        There are two types of noise...
        * Luminance
        * Chroma (color)

        If you're not sure which is causing you the most grief, upload (attach) a sample image so we can take a look. (See link below my sig if you need help with uploading an image.)

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        • #5
          Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

          Pls see the attached file.
          Images are high res. but due to file uploading resriction ultered the resolution.

          thanks.
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          • #6
            Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

            Use netimage or noise ninja plugin. Works very well and is easy and quick.

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            • #7
              Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

              Ya I know lot of programs and plugins remove the noise very well,
              but I wanted to know the particular photoshop tricks with CS only.
              Not with CS2 and CS3 where noise removal filter is present.

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              • #8
                Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

                Hi,

                As U said there are softwares what solve this problem mutch better, but try this:

                mode lab
                select chanel L
                despecle filter 3 times
                select ab chanel
                gauss blur 3.5 ( at Ur picture)
                select lab
                duplicate bckgrnd
                change new layer blending mode to softlight
                highpass 4.2
                invert
                flatten
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                • #9
                  Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

                  So much of the noise you can see is from jpeg compression. If this came from the camera like this it may have been taken with a very low quality setting for jpeg. Blow it up as large as you can in photoshop and you can see whats causing the noise.

                  I used Neat Image with the filter preset for high frequency jpeg artifiact. Did a reasonably nice job. BTW - you have a very nice Black & White image.

                  I did a little Local Contrast sharpening and High-Pass filter sharpening in Photoshop
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                  • #10
                    Re: noise removal in photoshop CS

                    Here's the second one done the same way as the first.
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                    • #11
                      Re: noise removal in photoshop CS


                      Thanks everybody for helping

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